New homes in Blackpool
A seaside town in , Blackpool has been a popular holiday resort in the for hundreds of years. Sitting between and on the coast and with 15 miles inland, houses in Blackpool are only an hour’s drive from and .
Whether you’re zipping around on the rides and rollercoasters at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, rising to the top of the famous tower or taking the kids to Sandcastle Waterpark or one of the piers, don’t miss out on our developments close to Blackpool.
Is Blackpool a nice place to live?
A seaside town in Lancashire, Blackpool has been a popular holiday resort in the North West for decades. Sitting between Lancaster and Southport on the coast, with Preston 15 miles inland, new homes in Blackpool are ideal for young families and commuters alike. Not to mention being just an hour’s drive from Liverpool and Manchester.
What things are there to do in Blackpool?
Whether enjoying rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach, rising to the top of the famous tower or taking the kids to Sandcastle Waterpark, don’t miss the best things to do when you live in Blackpool.
• Blackpool Pleasure Beach
• Blackpool Zoo
• Madame Tussauds Blackpool
• SEA LIFE Blackpool
• The Grand Theatre Blackpool
• Blackpool Tower Ballroom
• Blackpool North Pier
• Central Pier Blackpool
• Coral Island Family Arcade
What are the best schools in Blackpool?
New homes in Blackpool are ideal if you have kids, from little ones to teenagers. Several primary and secondary schools are rated outstanding by Ofsted, while further education options provide more exciting opportunities. Here are some of the best schools and colleges in the Blackpool area.
|Layton Primary School||Park Community Academy
||The Blackpool Sixth-Form College
|Blackpool St Nicholas CofE Primary School||Highfurlong School||Blackpool and the Fylde College
|Park Community Academy
||Spen Brook School
||University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN)
Are the transport links good in Blackpool?
Blackpool has excellent transport links, including a public transport network that spans the town and beyond. The city’s reliable tram service connects residents and tourists with leisure and business destinations, stretching along the seafront between Starr Gate and Fleetwood.
Two main train stations (Blackpool North and Blackpool South) offer several hourly services. Direct rail routes connect the seaside town with Preston, Colne, Manchester (and Manchester Airport), York, Liverpool, Birmingham and London.
Blackpool is at the end of the M55, also called the Preston Northern Bypass. It passes by Weeton, Blackleach and Lightfoot Green on the way to Preston. You can then connect with the M6 to head north or south, branding onto the M61 to reach Manchester in an hour.
What are the house prices like in Blackpool?
House prices in Blackpool have increased slightly in recent years. Despite this growth, there are opportunities to buy new homes in Blackpool, whatever your circumstance.
Our Calder Rise development boasts a beautiful semi-rural location on the outskirts of Preston. Lightfoot Meadows development offers a collection of 1 to 5 bedroom homes close to Blackpool, designed and built with modern family life in mind.
Explore our new homes near Blackpool to find your dream development today.
What new home schemes are available in Blackpool?
From your first step onto the property ladder to your next exciting move, our new home offers can help get you moving.
Movemaker helps arrange the sale of your existing home with no estate agent fees. Or explore our Deposit Boost Scheme, which can boost a 10% deposit by a further 5% of the purchase price.
Explore our new home schemes and offers today, the first step in your move to one of our beautiful Blackpool developments.